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The Lib Tech Banana Magic BTX Snowboard is the result of pairing true-twin geometry with a mid-stiff flex and then adding a whole bunch of next-levelness including Enhanced Banana rocker, Horsepower, and the volcanic pop of basalt fiberglass.

  • Enhanced Banana technology voluptuously augments the traditional BTX profile by implementing a deeper and friskier rocker between the legs and inserting dominate camber under the feet for increased power and thrust
  • Magnetraction technology dissects any snow type with a fearsome serrated edge that has multiple contact points
  • Magical Mystery sidecut features a deeper heelside radius for increased balance while you carve
  • Horsepower construction ditches the fiberglass altogether and replaces it with lighter, stronger, and environmentally friendlier basalt glass
  • Glow-in-the-dark sidewalls light up your path at night
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    Lib's horsepowered secret weapon.

    The ride is smooth and surfy from the aggressive banana and mellow camber.

    It eats crud and still holds amazing edge on icy steeps. And floats like a champ on the pow.

    This is a great board for anyone whose ridden the skate banana and is ready to attack more freeride aggressive lines. Its really a do-it-all.


      This board is very fast as your confidence improves because you have an edge that will grab anything and hold. The rocker under your feet will result in a more centered stance/ride, which feels more balanced and enables you to hit either edge quicker. I am 5' 10" 190 and ride the 157cm. It's plenty of board for playing all over the mountain. Will probably purchase a skunk ape or another board in a larger size for bombing. I raced a friend on a 168 skunk ape ... he jetted out ahead at the top by probaly 200 yards, but I was 10 feet behind him when we finished. This board can tear up the mtn! Fun in the park ... I find it great for jumps as I can land and hold my edge or the rocker makes landing and swiveling to switch a breeze. VERY FUN


      • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Carves thru the ice like butter with my NX2 GT bindings. The only time I fell using this board was when it cut hard into the ice. I wasn't expecting it to carve so aggressively. It's awesome. Can't wait to hit the black and double black diamonds now. Beats the Hell out of my 2001 Jamie Lynn Phoenix.

      I have found mixed reviews on how this...

      I have found mixed reviews on how this board handles in power. I am sure it is fantastic on the steep. What about the more mellow fields? I am 5' 9" and 190-200lbs looking at getting the 160. I am looking at the Banana Magic 160, T Rice Pro HP 161.5 or the K2 turbo dream and am going to get one before they all disapear. I am an all mountain freestyle rider. Any suggestions?


      you and I are about the same size. I'm 5'8.5" and about 185lbs. I ride a 61 banana magic.(I tend to like bigger boards for everything, plus bigger boards help you float better in pow. I owned the 2012 T Rice 157.5 and didn't really like it. it's pretty stiff and the rocker on it is very minimal plus i feel like that board is made for someone with a size 12 boot. it was a bit too wide for me and clumsy, i'm no Travis Rice even on my best day so you can prob say I'm unable to handle a real board like the TRice.

      I like loose-feeling boards (long time ex skater so I like that skateboard feel.) so for me the NanaMagic was perfect for everything and everyday.

      PS:I've been ridin' for over 20 yrs, too old and fat to ride the park these days. I ride steeps, trees, pretty much the entire mountain is my natural park. I LOVE my NanaMagic! wouldn't leave home without it!

      I love this board for its diversity, it does handle pow really well, great edge hold, powerful pop and stiff enough to charge crud snow. but it does handle like a fully rockered board, which can be squirrely on hard snow. The T.Rice could be a better option for you, its stable and has great edge hold without feeling like the board is in charge. Its a great all mountain free style board.